LibNOT.com is amazed at the luck that some people have. It is unclear at the moment at to how this decision will impact the case against Mr. Jefferson. As more news becomes available, we’ll post immediately.
$80,000 is a lot of cabbage to be kept next to the ice cubes!
WASHINGTON — The FBI violated the Constitution when agents raided U.S. Rep. William Jefferson’s office last year and viewed legislative documents, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
The court ordered the Justice Department to return any privileged documents it seized from the Louisiana Democrat’s office on Capitol Hill. The court did not order the return of all the documents seized in the raid.
Jefferson argued that the raid trampled on congressional independence. The Justice Department said that declaring the search unconstitutional would essentially prohibit the FBI from ever looking at a lawmaker’s documents.
The case has cut across political party lines. Former House Speakers Newt Gingrich, a Republican, and Thomas Foley, a Democrat, filed legal documents opposing the raid, along with former House Minority Leader Robert Michel, a Republican.
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UPDATE: Here is the video for this unbelievable court decision.
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